After over 5 years of TTC, having had 6 IVF cycles and 1 FET, one of which resulted in a m/c in 2012, the rest were bfn... We are finally expecting our first baby through natural conception. I was diagnosed with impaired glucose tolerance in September 2013 and put on me
[More]tformin, I conceived naturally in October 2013.
Our daughter, Darcie Alice Hope, arrived 7-7-14 at 21.31hrs... we're on cloud nine!
38 weeks today... not long now until the arrival of baby blue!
is now fast approaching 36 weeks! Can't believe how quickly the pregnancy has gone by! Baby Blue will be here soon... hard to believe! I keep looking at the baby clothes we have... still can't believe it!
Congratulations! Time for a celebration...I'm so glad Darcie made it safely into the world. 7/7 is my brothers birthday. It's actually 7/7/77 isn't that crazy.
Hope you are doing well. I'm gonna check out your pics now. I can't tell you how happy I am that your dreams came true after all the heartache. Blessings to you and your family.
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